Provider training program for health professionals.
Become a certified Explore Motion host and help inspire motion in your community!
Volunteer: Provides licensed providers and students the opportunity to participate in an Explore Motion event under the supervision of an Inspire Motion member. Volunteers are NOT eligible to offer Explore Motion programs.
Basic Training: Provides licensed providers lifelong strategies to maintain cultural competence and licensing to offer all Explore Motion programs for reimbursement.
Advance Training: Provides educators with cultural competence focused content and allows certified Navigator to offer Explore Motion programming as part of a didactic cultural competence curriculum to students.
Student Training: Provides students with online learning modules and service learning opportunities as part of didactic cultural competence curriculum completed under the mentorship of a Senior Navigator. Guide eligibility limited to offer the Magic of Motion program only upon verification of professional licensure.
The Compass Access
Jazmine Tooles, PT, DPT is a Physical Therapist with experience in the Acute Rehab, Inpatient Rehab, Outpatient, Assisted Living, and Skilled Nursing clinical setting. Her interests include traumatic brain injury, vestibular dysfunction, stroke and orthopedics. She is a trained Functional Work Capacity Evaluator, Tai Chi Instructor and former BIANJ Support Group Coordinator. As a lifetime Girl Scout, Dr. Tooles has extensive experience developing and hosting community events with up to 100 participants. Engaged in diversity initiatives since childhood, Dr. Tooles is a former American Conference on Diversity (formerly known as “Anytown” Lead for Diversity) participant, Temple’s National Council of Negro Women member, University of Delaware's Black Graduate Student Association member, formerly chaired APTANJ’s Cultural Diversity Committee, and currently chairs PPTA’s Minority Affairs Committee. Dr. Tooles also leads Einstein’s Healthcare Network Cultural-Diversity Special Interest Group and is the host of Einstein Voices: A Staff Podcast on DEI topics. She is an Adjunct Professor at Temple University, guest lecturers for various Physical Therapy programs, has been a Clinical Instructor and presented at conferences locally as well as nationally.